Mr EndoJoe demonstrates a simple solution for the pickup drivers who struggle to close their boot.
on the road, it’s equivalent to using a firearm and I could be in a lot of trouble,’ said Mr Furze.Take that tailgater!
themselves, with another driver's tailgating being the most common cause of rage. One in three (34%) drivers were left feeling rage when another driver pulled out at a junction when it wasn't clear to do so and one in four (26%) found someone driving too
Streetfighter shot shows but it meant placing a massive strain, and trust, on the spindly tailgate straps.It took me nearly two hours to remove the roller top and all its complicated bracketry but my fingers never work properly in minus five conditions. While I
to avoid chinning the belly pan or oil cooler on the tailgate edge. Before I made this purchase I circumnavigated the problem by parking at the bottom of a steep hill – something that isn’t always in bountiful supply.Still, job’s fixed now. Drives like a
to worship the machinery as it turns in with poise and grace, inspiring much confidence.Moving on to the Italian motorway was no great pain and the fuel consumption and tank range kept us in good stead, but we then met the local tailgaters who all seem
bowl of over-amplified rice crispies.I realise we’re in trouble when at 30mph the BMW’s tailgate snaps shut on the approach to Charlies, thus entombing said photographer - time for a lap to cool things down.The run out of Charlies onto Park straight
it focuses the mind, for sure. Off road bikes are a doddle, though.My technique is a two-stager: to kill the motor when the front wheel’s in the back – issue the trusted helper with instruction just to keep the bike level - while I jump onto the tailgate
to some people that 'tail-gating' at 60mph might seem fairly harmless in a big car with a four foot 'battering' ram of steel in front of you, an air-bag and a seat belt, but when those four feet are merely thin air, it should seem to any reasonable monkey
the snapper balanced precariously in the open tailgate of the Picasso to take short-lens shots of the powder blue BSB bike. If nothing else this photo shoot teaches me one thing - the GSX-R has the tractability of a tractor. No glitches, no coughs and farts
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